15 Feb 2017 | American School of The Hague
Service Learning is a term that you will hear around local and international schools these days but what does it really mean?
19 Sep 2016 | Deutsche Internationale Schule Den Haag
At the German International School The Hague, children representing some 40 nations come together learning from each other about traditions and cultures from all over the world. For children starting out in grade one, the international community at the school is greeted by a wonderful and longstanding German tradition - First Grade Enrolment Celebration.
19 Sep 2016 | Zein International Childcare
Robbie Zein, co-founder of Zein International Childcare, describes the founding of the company some 10 years ago with husband Jan van der Meijden, as “the result of our combined strengths— my background in, and passion for, children and early years’ education, together with his endless energy and entrepreneurial vision.”
13 Jun 2016 | German International School The Hague
Summer, sun, beach and school? At the DISDH, a successful combination. When the summer holiday season begins in the Netherlands, the German International School The Hague remains alive.
13 Jun 2016 | Juliette van Eerdewijk
Cycling is concept that is alien to many countries, and it certainly was a positive aspect of returning to the Netherlands. It therefore is wonderful to see that so many expats take up the tradition of cycling to school.
13 Jun 2016 | British School in The Netherlands
Every day we are affected and inspired by the people who surround us. Whether they be our role models, politicians, peers or colleagues – these people help define the lens through which we see the world. So, shouldn’t we endeavour to surround ourselves with people who aspire to be the very best they can be?
Zein: Are you new to Holland – or do you have a colleague or friend who will be relocating with their children to The Hague this summer?
10 Jun 2016 | Tracy Tigchelaar
12 Apr 2016 | Centre for Language Studies - Radboud University
As part of an on-going study on bilingualism, researchers at Radboud University Nijmegen are looking for parents and children to take part in their research. The study seeks to document and understand the development of children who are being raised bilingually with English and Dutch.